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PANTON_Verner Panton
The Panton Chair is a furniture design classic. Verner Panton created it back in 1960.
It was the very first single mould all plastic chair. Since its market launch, the Panton Chair has undergone several production phases. Not until today has it been possible to produce it in line with Panton’s original idea – namely from tough plastic that is consistently dyed and has a matt surface.



From now on all my models will include three new files:
• 3ds Max 2009 scanline,
3ds Max 2009 vray,
FBX file


ONE_Konstantin Grcic
Year of production: 2006.
Material: legs in anodised aluminium, in aluminium painted in polyester powder or in polished aluminium. Seat in polished die-cast aluminium or in die-cast aluminium treated with sputtered fluorinated titanium and painted in polyester powder


360º_konstantin Grcic
Swivel stool. 
Year of production: 2009.
Adjustable in height with gas piston.
Material: frame in steel tube painted in epoxy resin. Foot-rest in die-cast aluminium.
Seat in integral self-bearing polyurethane.


360º_konstantin Grcic
Swivel chair on wheels. 
Year of production: 2009.
Adjustable in height with gas piston.
Material: frame in steel tube painted in epoxy resin. Foot-rest in die-cast aluminium.
Seat in integral self-bearing polyurethane.


Z_Karim Rashid
Karim took a basic Z shaped rectangular frame and wrapped it, skinned it, so it has a quality of a metal frame dipped in a liquid, a metalloid, and to transform the hard edged work into an object that although Cartesian, becomes soften. Z stool is confortable, inexpensive, democratic, sensual, minimal and kazual.


Born in Tel Aviv in 1951, educated at the Jerusalem Academy of Art and later at the Architectural Association in London, Ron Arad co-founded with Caroline Thorman both the design and production studio One Off in 1981 and later, in 1989, Ron Arad Associates architecture and design practice. From 1994 to 1999 he established the Ron Arad Studio, design and production unit in Como, Italy.
He is currently Professor of Design Product at the Royal College of Art in London.
Ron Arad’s constant experimentation with the use of possibilities of materials such as steel, aluminium or polyamide and his radical re-conception of the form and structure of furniture has put him at the forefront of contemporary design.
Alongside his limited edition studio work, Arad designs for many leading international companies including Kartell, Vitra, Moroso, Fiam, Driade, Alessi, Cappellini, Cassina and Magis among others.
His architectural projects include: Ohayon Villa Marrakech (2007-); 154 Ha-Yarkon Street, Tel Aviv (2006-) Mediacite, Liege, Belgium (2006-); Zion Square Sculpture, Jerusalem, Israel (2005-); Hotel at the Kristallwelten in Wattens, Austria (2004-); the Design Museum in Holon, Israel (2004-); Upperwold Hotel, Battersea Power Station, London (2003-); Y’s (Yohji Yamamoto) fl agship store in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo, Japan (2003); Hotel Puerta America, Madrid (2003-); Hotel Duomo in Rimini, Italy (2003-); Maserati Headquarters Showroom in Italy (2002-3); the Living room and family dining room for Sheikh Saud Al-Thani of Qatar as part of the Millennium House Project (2002-); the Selfridges Technology Hall in London (2000-1); the Tel Aviv Opera Foyer Architecture in Israel (1989-94); the Belgo Noord (1993-94) and Belgo Centraal (1994-95) restaurants in London; the development of a concept of Sport Cafes incorporating state of the art interactive A/V technology for Adidas/Kronenbourg in France (1996); an advanced technology private residence in London (1997-98); various gallery and exhibition designs, such as ‘Winning: The Design of Sports’ for the Glasgow 1999 UK City of Architecture and Design and the exhibition enclosure for Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar (2002-3). Ron Arad presented the winning scheme for the new fl agship Adidas Stadium in Paris (1995-6).

Ron Arad has exhibited at many major museums and galleries throughout the world and his work is in many public collections including, among others, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y; Victoria & Albert Museum, London and The Vitra Design Museum, Germany.

For Moroso, Ron Arad has trod a strongly materials-oriented path, from polyethylene upholstery to wood. His successful Victoria and Albert collection was followed by the Little Albert and The Big E armchairs in polyethylene. The Three Skin Chair was produced using wood for the first time. Powerfully sculptural and extremely sinuous, Three Skin Chair is in multilayered lacquered wood.


FPE_Ron Arad
“Fantastic Plastic Elastic” is the name behind the initials of this chair, whose primary characteristic is its formal effect: soft and sinuous, colourful and seductive. It is fantastic due to its exclusive technology which allows the creation of a robust but elastic structure by fi xing a single plate of curved plastic onto two parallel aluminium tubes. The seat/backrest body is grafted onto the supporting aluminium structure, giving the chair both resistance and flexibility as well as lightness and practicality. It is available in three colors: opaline, blue and red. It can be conveniently stacked eight high and is suitable for bringing character to communal areas (from bars to work spaces) and domestic spaces. Thanks to its component materials, it survives perfectly outdoors.

Seat/back: smooth batch-dyed polypropylene
Frame: painted extruded aluminium


LEM_Tomoko Azumi and Shin Azumi
Stool with swivel seat and adjustable height with gas spring. Metal frame mat chromed and base in zinc-plated metal covered by a stainless steel sheet. Seat in curved wood, in leather, in laminate, in fabric or stainless steel.


The frame of Ripple Chair is made of white polished and natural injection-moulded thermoplastic to highlight the design in relief that is reminiscent of the traces left by sea waves on sand. The circular aperture of the seat, the lightness and softness of the lines, the sturdiness of the material used and its stackability make Ripple Chair particularly suitable for both domestic and public spaces.
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LA CHAISE_ Charles & Ray Eames 
Two fibreglass shells, fixed together and painted white.
Chrome-plated tubular steel frame, natural solid oak
crossed-shape base.

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Gandia Blasco
From Spain with sun, this amazing collection, with 25 assets, from the Spanish company GANDIA BLASCO.
We supply all the models in 3  formats, c4d, obj, 3ds, compatible with all 3d software.
C4d file comes with native and vray materials.


LUNA_ Ramón Esteve 
Made of stainless steel and polyethylene. 30 kg. polyurethane foam rubber. Available with others colors


AIR_Héctor Serrano
Stools made of rotationally moulded polyethylene.